FDM is an extrusion-based 3D printing technology that works by depositing melted filament of thermoplastic polymers over a build platform layer by layer which is defined by a digital design file containing a CAD model.
Fusion Deposition Modelling (FDM)
FDM is widely known for its great material selection and the possibility of printing large parts with minimal need for post-processing. The flexibility of the material choice and cost efficiency of FDM makes it an ideal choice for prototyping and batch production.
Why choose Fusion Deposition Modelling?
FDM is ideal for rapid prototyping and low-volume production of durable plastic parts.
By eliminating tooling costs, FDM manufacturing accelerates the design-to-manufacturing process, which is advantageous for prototyping and short-run manufacturing.
FDM gives you access to an on-demand production solution for producing customised end-use parts that tailored to your customer's needs.
Features of Fusion Deposition Modelling
Maximum build dimensions
350 x 350 x 500 mm

*Dimensions are not restricted since final assembly can be made up of several sub components

*Factors such as design and material could affect the maximum printable dimensions
Standard tolerance
± 0.3 % (with a lower limit of ± 0.2 mm)
0.1 mm – 0.3 mm
Infill density
10 % - 100 %
Minimum wall thickness
1.0 mm
Minimum feature size
Standard lead time
Ideal application
0.6 mm
As fast as 1 business day
FDM finds its applications in low-volume rapid production of functional prototypes, complex structures, tools, and other quality manufacturing parts
Technical Specifications